Prince Louis was seen saying the sweetest things to his big sister, Princess Charlotte, as they passed by crowds of people on the day of the Coronation. They told the National Enquirer, via RadarOnline: “Her Majesty was furious Harry flew in from his ritzy California home without getting palace approval – and came with an attitude.” And now a lip reader has revealed some of the comments made by William and Kate’s youngest as he traveled to Westminster Abbey ahead of his grandfather’s Coronation.

The little boy stole the show on the day in his typical adorable fashion thanks to his cheeky expressions, frequent yawns, and standout waves on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

But he said many of Camilla’s engagements, about one per day, have to do with charities or causes that she supports personally, and she will most likely keep those booked.

But now a courtier has come out and said that the monarch’s wife was not happy with Harry’s visit because he did not ask for Palace approval before flying back home.

This week has also seen a flurry of announcements from the Sussexes with the duchess signing a deal with Lemonada Media to record new podcast shows, with the company also distributing her previous series. Meghan’s Archetypes podcast about female stereotypes ran for just one series before her lucrative deal with Spotify ended in 2023.

The pair both chatted and laughed with the Prince as he bestowed their honors upon them, as they said afterwards he was “very well briefed” on their charity.

Although Camilla has the title of queen, she is a “Queen Consort” not a “Queen Regnant” like Charles’ late mother Queen Elizabeth II. That means Camilla is not in the royal line of succession and cannot fill in for Charles, the U.K.’s official head of state, in his public engagements as such.

Now royal expert Jennie Bond claimed that Queen Elizabeth’s decision to firmly shut the door to Harry ever coming back was a “bit hasty”.

She told the Times Radio: “I’ve always held the view that the late Queen and the Palace were quite harsh when they put down this red line ‘you can’t be half-in, half-out’.

The Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick servicepersons and veterans, faces a significant setback with the withdrawal of 563 athletes from 26 nations. This news comes just weeks before the Games are set to begin in Düsseldorf, Germany, on May 9th, 2023. Among those withdrawing is Meghan Markle’s coach, highlighting the human cost of this decision.

The reasons behind the mass withdrawal are complex and multifaceted. Some nations, including the United States, have cited concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the potential health risks associated with international travel. Others have expressed logistical challenges and financial constraints, while some have raised concerns about the event’s organization and management.

The withdrawal of Meghan Markle’s coach, who was due to compete in the Invictus Games for the first time, adds a personal touch to the wider story. Markle, known for her advocacy for veterans’ causes, has been a vocal supporter of the Invictus Games since its inception. Her coach’s withdrawal underscores the individual impact of this decision on athletes who have trained tirelessly for the opportunity to compete.

The Invictus Games Foundation, the organization behind the event, has acknowledged the challenges and expressed its disappointment at the athlete withdrawals. They are currently working with remaining participating nations to ensure a successful event that honors the spirit of the Games. However, the shadow of these withdrawals is likely to cast a pall over the competition, raising questions about the future of this important event.